segregator

[seg-ri-gey-ter]

noun Medicine/Medical.

an instrument for collecting the urine excreted by one kidney only.

Origin of segregator

First recorded in 1900–05; segregate + -or2
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segregator in Medicine

segregator

[sĕgrĭ-gā′tər]

n.

An apparatus for obtaining urine from each kidney separately.
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